Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Can't Stop the Music (1980): Where are They Now?



All known actors listed. Info derived from imdb. Only works 2015 and later being tracked. e=episode/s, VG=video game, nd=no date

Ray Simpson (Village People: Policeman): last known acting role in 1993; as Self in 2012.
David Hodo (Village People: Construction Worker): last known acting role in 2003, then 1993; as Self in 2013.
Felipe Rose (Village People: Indian): last known acting role in 2003; as Self in 2012.
Randy Jones (Village People: Cowboy): in The Rack Pack (2017; also Associate Producer), Alexander Jamieson (2017), The Grindhouse Radio (1e 2016), Child of the '70s (3e 2016), College Debts (2015; also Recording Artist), Hard Drive (2015), Bleeding Hearts (2015); as Self: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2017), Good Day New York (1e 2016), TMZ on TV (1e 2016).
Glenn Hughes (Village People: Leatherman): died in 2001.
Alex Briley (Village People: G.I.): last known acting role in 2003, then 1993; as Self in 2012.
Valerie Perrine (Samantha): in Silver Skies (2016); as Self: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2017).
Bruce Jenner (now Caitlin Jenner) (Ron White): in Transparent (1e 2016); as Executive Producer: I Am Cait (1e 2015; 16e 2015-2016 as Self); as Self: The Advocate Celebrates 50 Years: A Long Road to Freedom (2018), Norm Macdonald Live (1e 2017), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1e 2017), The Vie (3e 2017), Katy Perry Live: Witness World Wide (2017), God kveld Norge (1e 2017), Loose Women (1e 2017), The Talk (1e 2017), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1e 2017), Keeping Up with the Kardashians (32e 2015-2017), Late Night with Seth Meyers (1e 2017), Live with Kelly and Ryan (1e 2017), Access Hollywood (1e 2017), Good Morning America (1e 2017), 20/20 (1e 2017), The Apprentice (1e 2017), Sunrise (1e 2016), Jay Leno's Garage (1e 2016), Entertainment Tonight (1e 2016), No League of Their Own (2016), Sfide (2e 2016), The Trans List (2016), Today (2e 2015), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (1e 2015), The 2015 ESPY Awards (2015).
Steve Guttenberg (Jack Morell): in After Party (2017), Chasing the Blues (2017), Ballers (8e 2017), Ay Lav Yu Tuu (2017), The Other F Word (2e 2017), Lookin' Up (2016), 2 Lava 2 Lantula! (2016), Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016), Alternate Universe: A Rescue Mission (2016), Running on Empathy (2015), Lavalantula (2015), The Mysteries of Laura (1e 2015), Community (1e 2015), A Man Before His Time (2015), Sons of Liberty (1e 2015); Miss Arizona (nd), Lez Bomb (2017), Bigger (2018) in post-production; as Self: Entertainment Tonight (1e 2017), Access Hollywood Live (1e 2017), Celebrity Page (2e 2017), The Fabulous Allan Carr (2017), Tattoo Age (1e 2017), Cop Show (1e 2016), Inside Edition (1e 2015).
Paul Sand (Steve Waits): in Spark (2015); as Director: Save the Pier! (2015); as Self: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2017); as Self, post-production: Sills (nd)
Tammy Grimes (Sydne Channing): died in 2016; as Self, post-production: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2018).
June Havoc (Helen Morell): died in 2010.
Barbara Rush (Norma White): in Bleeding Hearts: The Arteries of Glenda Bryant (2017); last previous known acting role in 2007.
Altovise Davis (Alicia Edwards): died in 2009.
Marilyn Sokol (Lulu Brecht): in The Blacklist (1e 2018), Broad City (1e 2017), Difficult People (1e 2015), Sam (2015), Unplugging Aunt Vera (2015); A Conversational Place (nd) completed; Another Year Together (nd) filming; as Self: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2017).
Russell Nype (Richard Montgomery): last known acting role in 1991, as Self in 2006.
Jack Weston (Benny Murray): died in 1996.
Leigh Taylor-Young (Claudia Walters): last known acting role in 2011, as Self in 2014; as Self, post-production: Quest for Beauty (2018).
Dick Patterson (Record Store Manager): died in 1999.
Bobo Lewis (Breadwoman): died in 1998.
Paula Trueman (Stick-up Lady): died in 1994.
Portia Nelson (Law Office Receptionist): died in 2001.
Selma Archerd (Mrs. Williams): last known acting role in 2000.
Murial Slatkin (Mrs. Slatkin): no other known acting roles.
Aaron Colt (TV Reporter): last known acting role in 1995.
Vera Brown (Ritchie Family): no other known acting roles.
Jacqui Smith Lee (Ritchie Family): no other known acting roles.
Dodie Draher (Ritchie Family): no other known acting roles.
Greg Zadikov (Singing Vendor): last known acting role in 1987.
Danone Camden (Stewardess in Record Store): last known acting role in 1991.
Rasa Alileen (Mime): no other known acting roles.
Gabriel Barre (Mime): last known acting role in 2004 but Mommy Blogger (unknown e 2017; also Director/Editor) in post-production.
Don Blanton (Relief DJ): in Limelight (2017); last previous known acting role in 1985; as Self: The Fabulous Allan Carr (2017).
Roger LeClaire (Disco Photographer): no other known acting roles; as Still Photographer in 1983.
Cindy Roberts (Jean Harlow): last known acting role in 2013, then 1992.
Maggie Brendler (Marilyn Monroe): no other known acting roles.
Bradley Bliss (Betty Grable): last known acting role in 1983.
Bill Bartman (Wino): no known subsequent acting roles.
Victor Davis (Buster Sirwinski): no other known acting roles.
William L. Arndt (Construction Commercial Director): no other known acting roles.
Jerry Layne (Ventriloquist): last known acting role in 1983.
Terry Dunn (James the Flame): no other known acting roles.
Maria Roosakos (Steve Waits' Secretary): last known acting role in 1986.
Michael Battlesmith (Milk Commercial Director): last known acting role in 2014, then 1994.
Richard Bruce Friedman (Recording Technician): last known acting role in 1982.
Bill Anagnos (Moped Rider): last known acting role in 2008; as Stunts, various: Detective Chinatown 2 (2018), Going in Style (2017), The Blacklist: Redemption (1e 2017), Blue Bloods (1e 2016), Doctor Strange (2016) Money Monster (2016), Daredevil (1e 2016), The Night Before (2015), Black Mass (2915), Stealing Cars (2015), Forever (1e 2015).
Dancers:
Debbie Ash: last known acting role in 1989.
Seamus Brennan: no other known acting roles.
Wade Collings: last known acting role in 1989.
Jane Eve: last known acting role in 1983; as Co-Director/Co-Writer/Editor/Sound Editor, completed: Consequences (2016).
Edyie Fleming: last known acting role in 1986.
Roy Hamlyn Gayle: last known acting role in 1992.
Virginia Francis Hartley: no other known acting roles.
Alison Jane Hierlihy: last known acting role in 1983.
Richard King: last known acting role in 1998.
Kim Elizabeth Leeson: last known acting role in 1983.
Perri Lister: last known acting role in 2009 but Citizens (2019) in post-production.
Sarah M. Miles: last known acting role in 1984; as Assistant Choreographer in 1996.
Gene Montoya: last known acting role in 1994.
Floyd Anthony Pearce: last known acting role in 1983.
Blane Savage: last known acting role in 2008, then 1995.
Peter Tramm: died in 1991.
Robert Warners: died in 1986.
Christine Ann Wickman: no other known acting roles.
Uncredited Cast:
Jimmy Baron (Press Photographer): last known acting role in 2008, then 1985.
Brad Bogart (Disco Dancer / YMCA Man): no other known acting roles; as Executive Producer: Outdaughtered (13e 2016-2017), Life Flight: Trauma Center Houston (2015); as Producer: Life Flight (4e 2015).
Michael David Eilert (Dancer): died in 1996.
Randy Feelgood (Dancer): last known acting role in 1998.
Michael Flaherty (Swimmer): last known acting role in 1981; as Researcher in 1991.
Gordon Haight (Singing Sword Juggler): last known acting role in 2000, then 1987.
Lisette Kremer (Groupie Skater): last known acting role in 1986.
Lance Krystopher (Dancer): no other known acting roles.
Blackie Lawless  (Metal guy with leash at audition): last known acting role in 1986; as Composer in 2006, as Self in 2009.
Steve Malis (Dancer): last known acting role in 2003.
Angelo Rossitto (Fruit seller): died in 1991.
Daniel Selby (Young Disco Dancer): in Life After Ex (2017), Her Incurable Love (2017), The Coldest Blood (2016), Sometimes Salvation (2015), Kultus (2015); One Wandering Thought (2017) announced.
James Wilder (Auditioning Sword Juggler): in Three Holes, Two Brads, and a Smoking Gun (2015), Absolutely Jason Stuart (1e 2015); In the Blink of an Eye (2018) in pre-production; as Self: Actors Entertainment (1e 2015).

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

The Blues Brothers (1980): Where are They Now?



The Blues Brothers (1980): Where are They Now?

Most but not all actors listed (I stopped at Steven Spielberg for now due to his large number of active credits). Info derived from imdb. Only works 2015 and later being tracked. e=episode/s, VG=video game, nd=no date

John Belushi ('Joliet' Jake Blues): died in 1982.
Dan Aykroyd (Elwood Blues): in Workin' Moms (2e 2017-2018), Ghostbusters (2016; also Executive Producer), Pixels (2015), Dino Hunt Canada (4e 2015); Defend, Conserve, Protect (nd) in post-production; as Producer, announced: Untitled Ghostbusters Project (nd); as Executive Producer, announced: Blues Brothers (unknown e nd); as Self: Extra (2e 2016-2017), Entertainment Tonight (1e 2017), Ok! TV (1e 2017), C à vous (1e 2017), The World Without Canada (3e 2017), Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters (2017), Good Fortune (2016), Ghostheads (2016), Inside Edition (2e 2016), Jay Leno's Garage (1e 2016), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1e 2016), I Am Chris Farley (2015), AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steve Martin (2015), The Insider (2e 2015), Inside Comedy (1e 2015), Being Canadian (2015), Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special (2015), Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Red Carpet Special (2015).
James Brown (Reverend Cleophus James): died in 2006.
Cab Calloway (Curtis): died in 1994.
Ray Charles (Ray): died in 2004.
Aretha Franklin (Mrs. Murphy): last known acting role in 1998; as Self: Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives (2017), Amazing Grace (2016), 2016 Election Night Viewing Party (2016), The Insider (2e 2016), Jazz at the White House (2016), Gotta Keep Dreamin (2016), The 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors (2015), The Meredith Vieira Show (1e 2015), Late Night with Seth Meyers (1e 2015), The Robert MacNeil Report (1e 2015), Festival of Families (2015), MSNBC Live (1e 2015), The Talk (1e 2015), The Gospel Tradition: In Performance at the White House (2015).

As Himself:
Steve 'The Colonel' Cropper: last known acting role in 2013; as Self: CBS This Morning: Saturday (1e 2017), Nashville Cats: Tony Jackson (2016), Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music (1e 2016), Unsung (1e 2015), Mavis! (1e 2015).
Donald 'Duck' Dunn: died in 2012.
Murphy 'Murph' Dunne: in Pretty Little Liars (1e 2017), Inheritance (2017), Baskets (1e 2016), The Final Show (2016), Veep (1e 2016).
Willie 'Too Big' Hall: last known acting role in 2006 but Dig That, Zeebo Newton (2017 in post-production); as Self in 2013.
Tom 'Bones' Malone: in A Very Murray Christmas (2015; also Musical Arranger); as Musician: The 2015 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (2015), Late Show with David Letterman (1e 2015; also Musical Arrangement/Self).
'Blue Lou' Marini: last known acting role in 2000; as Musician in 2010; as Self: Zappa U (2017).
Matt 'Guitar' Murphy: last known acting role in 2013, then 1998 before that.
Alan 'Mr. Fabulous' Rubin: died in 2011.

Carrie Fisher (Mystery Woman): died in 2016; in Family Guy (5e 2015-2017), Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017), Catastrophe (5e 2015-2017), Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016 VG), Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (1e 2016), Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015); Wonderwell (2018) in post-production; as Self: Parenting for Idiots (1e 2017), Urban Myths (1e 2017), 8 Out of 10 Cats (1e 2016), The Graham Norton Show (2e 2015-2016), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (3e 2015-2016), The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (1e 2016), Today (2e 2015-2016), Richard E. Grant on Ealing Comedies (1e 2016), The Last Leg (1e 2016), Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (2016), Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens: The Story Awakens - The Table Read (2016), The Force Awakens: Force for Change (2016), Secrets of the Force Awakens: A Cinematic Journey (2016), Klein gegen Groß - Das unglaubliche Duell (1e 2016), Live! With Kelly and Michael (2e 2015-2016), The EE British Academy Film Awards (2016), Coked Up! (2016), The Insider (2e 2015), 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors (2015), Access Hollywood (2e 2015), Extra (2e 2015), Conan (1e 2015), BuzzFeedVideo (1e 2015), Entertainment Tonight (2e 2015), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1e 2015), Star Wars: The Force Awakens World Premiere Red Carpet (1e 2015), Crackanory (1e 2015), Good Morning America (1e 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1e 2015), Star Wars Celebration Live Anaheim 2015 (1e 2015), The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2015).
Henry Gibson (Head Nazi): died in 2009.
John Candy (Burton Mercer): died in 1994.
Kathleen Freeman (Sister Mary Stigmata a.k.a. The Penguin): died in 2001.
Steve Lawrence (Maury Sline): last known acting role in 2014; as Self: The Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special (2017).
Twiggy (Chic Lady): last known acting role in 2005; as Self: Harry Hill's Tea Time (1e 2018), My Generation (2017), Good Morning Britain (1e 2017), The Nation's Favourite Beatles Number One (2015).
Frank Oz (Corrections Officer): in Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017), Star Wars Rebels (2e 2014-2016), The Great Gilly Hopkins (2015), Inside Out (2015); as Director/Self: Muppet Guys Talking: Secrets Behind the Show the Whole World Watched (2017): as Executive Producer: Muscle (2016); as Self: Live from the Red Carpet of Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017), StarTalk (1e 2017), Piper's Picks TV (1e 2015), Star Wars: The Force Awakens World Premiere Red Carpet (2015), In Their Own Words (1e 2015), AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steve Martin (2015).
Jeff Morris (Bob): died in 2004.
Charles Napier (Tucker McElroy): died in 2011.
Steven Williams (Trooper Mount): in The Chi (9e 2018), One Mississippi (2e 2017), It (2017), Training Day (1e 2017), The Stakelander (2016), Supernatural (1e 2016), The Trust (2016), Street Credit (2016), Minority Report (2e 2015), The Leftovers (6e 2015), iZombie (1e 2015), Chicago P.D. (1e 2015), Bones (1e 2015), My Favorite Five (2015), Del Weston on Film (1e 2015), Fifty and Over Club (2015); Glass Jaw (nd) in post-production; Emerald Run (2017) filming; Don't Let Them In (nd) in pre-production. As Self: 6th NAFCA Annual Show, Stakelander: The Making of Stake Land II (2017).
Armand Cerami (Trooper Daniel): last known acting role in 1988.
Tom Erhart (Prison Guard): died in 1996.
Gerald Walling SJ (Prison Guard): died in 2011.
Walter Levine (Prison Guard): last known acting role in 1998.
Alonzo Atkins (Choirmaster): no other known acting roles.
Chaka Khan (Choir Soloist): last known acting role in 2006 but Revival! (2017) in post-production; as Self: Taraji's White Hot Holidays (2017), RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars (1e 2017), Pitch Battle (2e 2017), Jools's Hootenanny (2016), FOMO Feat Chaka Khan House Of Love DJ Sneak Remix (2016), Dancing with the Stars (3e 2015), Good Morning America (2e 2015), Late Show with David Letterman (1e 2015), International Jazz Day (2015).
Stephen Bishop (Charming Trooper): last known acting role in 2010, then 1992 before that; as Self: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1e 2016), Wendy: The Wendy Williams Show (1e 2015), Rock N' Roll Stories (1e 2015).
John Landis (Trooper La Fong): in Tales of Halloween (2015); I Hate Kids (nd; also Executive Producer) in post-production; as Executive Producer: The Last Kill (2015); as Executive Producer, announced: An American Werewolf in London (nd); as Self: 74th Venice Film Festival Awards Ceremony (2017), King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen (2017), Días de cine (1e 2016), Sidemen: Long Road to Glory (2016), Le complexe de Frankenstein (2015), The 1st Annual Carney Awards (2015), In Their Own Words (1e 2015), National Lampoon: Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead (2015); as Self, completed: How 2 Make a Film: Billion $ Weekend (2015); as Self, post-production: Into the Dark: Exploring the Horror Film (nd), Making Apes: The Artists Who Changed Film (2018); as Self, filming: How to Sell a Film (nd).
Kristi Oleson (Toys 'R Us Saleswoman): no other known acting roles.
Gary McLarty (Toys 'R Us Customer): died in 2014.
Joe Cuttone (Lloyd): no other known acting roles.
Layne Britton (The Cheese Whiz): died in 1993.
Toni Fleming (Mrs. Tarantino): last known acting role in 1993.
Judith Belushi-Pisano (Cocktail Waitress): in All Downhill from Here (2e 2016); last previous known acting role in 1984; as Executive Producer, announced: Blues Brothers (unknown e 2018).
Rosie Shuster (Cocktail Waitress): last known acting role in 1986, as Writer in 1998, as Story Editor in 1998, as Producer in 1991, as Self in 2011; as Self, post-production: The Girl in the Show (2017), Love Gilda (2018).
Paul Reubens (Waiter): in Mosaic (7e 2017-2018), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (3e 2015-2017), Minecraft: Story Mode - Season 2 (2017 VG), Wilson's Heart (2017 VG), The Purple Dragons (unknown e 2017),  Gotham (3e 2016-2017), Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (2016 VG), Pickle and Peanut (2e 2015-2016), American Dad! (1e 2016), Pee-wee's Big Holiday (2016; also Writer/Producer), The Blacklist (3e 2015), Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 3: Magical Friendship (2015), Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series (2015 VG), Turbo FAST (1e 2015), Portlandia (1e 2015), Nailed! (2015); as Self: Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf (2e 2016), Gigglefudge, U.S.A. (2016), Conan (1e 2016), Today (2e 2016), Late Night with Seth Meyers (1e 2016), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1e 2016), Dish Nation (1e 2016), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1e 2016), Entertainment Tonight (1e 2016), Face Off (1e 2016).
Ben Piazza (Father): died in 1991.
Gwen Banta (Mother): last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2012.
Lari Taylor (Daughter #1): no other known acting roles.
Cindy Fisher (Daughter #2): last known acting role in 1987.
Elizabeth Hoy (Daughter #3): last known acting role in 1984.
Tony M. Conde (Sommelier): no known subsequent acting roles.
Eugene J. Anthony (Gruppenfuehrer): known acting role in 1993.
Dean Hill (Nazi): in Other People's Heads (2016).
Gary Houston (Nazi): in Game Day (2017), Princess Cyd (2017), Chicago Justice (1e 2017), Medal of Victory (2016), Consumed (2015), Uncle John (2015), Shameless (1e 2015); Slice (2018) in post-production.
Jack Orend (Nazi): last known acting role in 2007.
Gene Schuldt (Nazi): only known subsequent acting role in 2008.
Charles Mountain (Cop): died in 1980.
John Lee Hooker (Street Slim): died in 2001.
Walter Horton (Tampa Pete): died in 1981.
Pinetop Perkins (Luther Jackson): died in 2011.
Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith (Drums): died in 2011.
Luther 'Guitar Jr.' Johnson (Guitar): no other known acting roles.
Calvin 'Fuzz' Jones (Bass): no other known acting roles.
Carolyn Franklin (Soul Food Chorus): died in 1988.
Brenda Bryant Corbett (Soul Food Chorus): last known acting role in 1988.
Margaret Branch (Soul Food Chorus): no other known acting roles.
De'voreaux White (Young Guitar Thief): last known acting role in 2014.
Sheilah Wells (Claire): only known subsequent acting role in 1990, as Self in 2002; as Self-post-production: Sebring (2018).
Lou Perryman (Man at Bar): died in 2009.
Stan Mazin (Drunk Dancer): last known acting role in 2011.
The Good Ole Boys
Russ Bruzek: last known acting role in 2014 but Miranda's Lullaby (2012) completed.
Blair Burrows: no known subsequent acting roles; as Stunts in 1998.
Jack Callahan: last known acting role in 2002.
Gene Janson: died in 2006.
Gil Pearson: last known acting role in 1999.
Orphans:
Aaron Jais: no other known acting roles.
Lemetrius Daniels: last known acting role in 1983.
Jeff Cahill: died in 2013.
Curt Clendenin: in Beta (2017; also Art Pieces), Bloody Bobby (2016; also Personal Assistant/Co-Producer/Makeup Trainee/Set Decorations), The Man in the Silo (2016; also Assistant to Production Designer); Black Pumpkin (2018; also Associate Producer) in pre-production; as Production Assistant/Self, filming: Kaufman Lives (nd); as Executive Producer/Co-Producer/Collaborating Director/Editor/Co-Writer/Camera Operator/Animator/Composer/Digital Effects/Sound Editor: The Jake Koffman Variety Show: Honor Your Truth (2015); as Self: Forgotten Tales (1e 2016).
Steve Cruz: no other known acting roles.
Leonard Daniels: no known subsequent acting roles.
Sean Hayden: last known acting role in 1980.
Babatunde Myers: no other known acting roles.
Gary Patzik: no other known acting roles.
J. Bernard Walton: no other known acting roles.
Butch Williams: no other known acting roles.
Wally Engelhardt (Gas Station Owner): died in 1991.
Michael Klenfner (Clarion Records' President): died in 2009.
Ralph Foody (Police Dispatcher): died in 1999.
Leonard R. Garner Jr. (Lobby Guard #1): in Rub the Speed (2017), A Craftsman (2017), Mixels (1e 2016), Say Again Your Last (2015); as Director: The Thundermans (4e 2015-2017), Liv and Maddie (6e 2016-2017).
Andrew Goodman (Lobby Guard #2): last known acting role in 1988.
Eddy Donno (SWAT Team Commander): died in 2014.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

That’s My Bush! (2001): Where are They Now?



Information derived from the imdb. e=episodes. Specific titles noted only for 2015-on. All actors in 2+ episodes and/or playing comic book characters noted. Actors in only 1 episode gradually being folded in.

Timothy Bottoms (George W. Bush): in Men's Group (2016), How Not to Propose (2015); Tar (2018) in post-production; as Self: Q N' A with Mikki and Shay (1e 2015), The 19th Annual Satellite Awards (2015).
Carrie Quinn Dolin (Laura Bush): last known acting role in 2003.
Kurt Fuller (Karl Rove): in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2018), His Wives and Daughters (unknown e 2017), Huntsville (2017), Psych: The Movie (2017), American Dad! (1e 2017), Bull (2017), Kings of Con (6e 2016-2017), Rosewood (3e 2015-2017), The Philosophy of Phil (2017), The Wolves of Savin Hill (2017), Small Victories (2016), An American Girl Story - Maryellen 1955: Extraordinary Christmas (2016), BrainDead (1e 2016), The Good Wife (3e 2015-2016), Highston (2015), A Light Beneath Their Feet (2015), Bones (1e 2015), Film Pigs (1e 2015), Hot in Cleveland (1e 2015), Accidental Love (2015); Deported (2017), Baja (2018) completed; Office Uprising (2018) in post-production; The Potters (nd) in pre-production; The Truth About Harry Quebert Affair (2018) announced; as Self: WWE Monday Night RAW (1e 2017), Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters (2017), Kings of Conversation (1e 2016), Ghostheads (2016).
Marcia Wallace (Maggie Hawley): died in 2013.
Kristen Miller (Princess Stevenson): in Eliza Sherman's Revenge (2017), Meet My Valentine (2015).
John D'Aquino (Larry O'Shea): in K.C. Undercover (1e 2018), Disjointed (1e 2018), In Sanity, Florida (4e 2017), The 60 Yard Line (2017), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1e 2015), The Mentalist (1e 2015); as Executive/Producer: Cattle Call (2017), Reasons to Live (2017; also Writer/Director), Oui Oui: Wee Wee (2017), Tabula Rasa (2017), Humans in Training (2016), Nowhere Cafe (2016; also Writer), Astronaut Camp (2016), Penguin Flu (2016), Boundless (2015), Cartwheels and Backflips (2015; also Writer/Director), Pow Wham Night Wild (2015).
Toddy Walters (Tour Guide): only known subsequent acting role in 2010 but Stadium Anthems (2017; also Musician/Composer/Associate Producer) completed; as Vocals in 2010.
Chris Borkovec (Officer Smiley): last known acting role in 2011.
Bob Legionaire (Charlton Heston): last known acting role in 2003.
Robert Machray (Moose): last known acting role in 2011.
Valerie Mahaffey (Janet Rove): in Young Sheldon (5e 2017-2018), The Man in the High Castle (3e 2016), No Pay, Nudity (2016), Sully (2016), The Mindy Project (1e 2016), Impastor (1e 2015), Devious Maids (2e 2015), Workaholics (1e 2015); The Witch Files (nd) in post-production.
David Norona (Ramon): in The Gifted (3e 2017-2018), Designated Survivor (1e 2016); I Can Only Imagine (2018) completed; as Writer/Director, post-production: The Bright Ones (2018).
Joseph Ruskin (Dr. Jack Kevorkian): died in 2013.
Edmund L. Shaff (Dick Cheney): in Modern Family (1e 2015).
Guy Siner (Dr. Thomas Klestil): last known acting role in 2014; as Self: AIR Theatre (2017).
Lisa K. Wyatt (Joyce): in The Angeleno Hunter (2017), Superstore (1e 2016), Internet Famous (2016), D8ting (2015), Tenured (2015); American Woman (1e 2018), Heavenly Deposit (2018) in post-production; UnCorked (10e 2018; also Executive Producer; 2e as Writer, 1e as Director) filming; Magnum Farce (nd) announced; as Writer/Director: Maiden Voyage (2016), Fire's Out (2016), The Holiday Hostess (2015).
Akima (Kanook-Nook): died in 2014.
Christopher Birt (Leron): last known acting role in 2012.
Juanita Jenning (Ms. Clea): in Star (6e 2017), Detroiters (1e 2017), Major Crimes (1e 2015).
Madison Mason (Donald Rumsfeld): in NCIS: Los Angeles (1e 2017), Girl Meets World (1e 2015).
Ivan Naranjo (Punanee Chief): died in 2013.
Marte Boyle Slout (Barbara Bush): no known subsequent acting roles.
George Brandon (Felix's Assistant): no known subsequent acting roles.
Vanessa Hendrix (Karl's Daughter): last known acting role in 2005.